As a global investment manager, we help institutions, intermediaries and individuals across the planet meet their goals, fulfil their ambitions, and prepare for the future. We are responsible for £418.2 billion (€476.3 billion/$543.3 billion)* of assets for our clients who trust us to deliver sustainable returns. For anyone who's new to our business, this is a great opportunity to start learning about what, why and how we do what we do. Many of our previous apprentices have gone on to build long and very rewarding careers with us.
Technology Apprenticeship Programme
If you’ve decided university isn’t right for you, then think about an apprenticeship with Schroders. You’ll learn all about one of the City’s most innovative asset management firms and have everything you need to get an extraordinary career off the ground. Make no mistake, our focus will stay firmly on you and your career.
What's in it for you
All our apprenticeships offer you the chance to earn and learn. What sets ours apart are our tailored developmental programmes, the experts you’ll learn from and our lasting commitment to your learning. With us, you’ll be a permanent, full-time employee from the very start. You’ll spend 20% of your time working towards your apprenticeship accreditation, and the rest with your team, doing a real job and gaining practical experience in your chosen field. It’s a powerful combination that will propel your career forwards as you become a certified professional. And at the same time, you’ll have the chance to make the most of working in the heart of London.
Whichever area of technology you work in you’ll work on complex problems and provide real value to the business. You could be helping to protect us against cyber threats, developing new programmes or ensuring the high-quality of our systems. Every day, you’ll have the support of experienced mentors who are passionate about what they do.
What we'll look for in you
What we care about most is your attitude. You’ll need to be a self-starter with plenty of initiative and a real eagerness to learn. Show us you’re interested in the work we do and want to make the most of opportunities, and we’ll teach you the rest. From a practical standpoint, it’s essential that you have a minimum of 96 UCAS Points (using the 2017 UCAS Tariff Calculator), and are at least 18 years old when the programme starts.
How to apply
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